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Early 1990s. With AIDS having already claimed countless lives for nearly ten years, Act Up-Paris activists multiply actions to fight general indifference. Nathan, a newcomer to the group, has his world shaken up by Sean, a radical militant.

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Based on 13 BPM Cinema reviews, BPM gets an average Cinema review score of 85. The score for all versions is 85 based on a total of 13 reviews.
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www.villagevoice.comCinema
Deeply moving “BPM” finds AIDS activists fighting and dancing through the epidemic.
723d ago
5/5
www.theguardian.comCinema
Robin Campillo commemorates the legacy of direct-action group ACT UP with a movie that is tragic, urgent and full of cinematic life.
723d ago
100/100
www.nytimes.comCinema
in spite of its historical specificity, BPM never feels like a bulletin from the past. Its immediacy comes in part from the brisk naturalism of the performances and the nimblene...
723d ago
90/100
variety.comCinema
Robin Campillo's outstanding AIDS activist drama melds the personal, the political and the erotic to heart-bursting effect.
723d ago
A-/A+
ew.comCinema
BPM is a transcendent, beautiful drama.
723d ago
3.5/4
www.rogerebert.comCinema
The way this movie relates to the Debord title is in the fictionalized story it tells, about the Paris branch of the AIDS activism group ACT UP in the 1990s.
723d ago
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BPM release date for Cinema October 20, 2017 2 Years Ago (US)

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